Charles. 1925–2010, Australian conductor, esp of opera; resident in England
[mak-uh-naw] /ˈmæk əˌnɔ/ noun 1. Straits of, a strait between the peninsulas of Upper Michigan and Lower Michigan, connecting lakes Huron and Michigan. 2. Also, Mackinac Island. an island in Lake Huron at the entrance of this strait. 517; 3 miles (5 km) long. /ˈmækɪˌnɔː; -ˌnæk/ noun 1. a wooded island in N Michigan, in […]
noun 1. a suspension bridge over the Straits of Mackinac, connecting the Upper and Lower peninsulas of Michigan: one of the longest suspension bridges in the world. 3800-foot (1158-meter) center span; 7400 feet (2256 meters) in total length.
[mak-uh-naw] /ˈmæk əˌnɔ/ noun 1. a short double-breasted coat of a thick woolen material, commonly plaid. type of boat used on the Great Lakes, 1812, from Mackinac, name of a port and island in Michigan, from Ojibway (Algonquian) mitchimakinak “many turtles,” from mishiin- “be many” + mikinaak “snapping turtle.” As a type of heavy blanket […]
noun 1. a flat-bottomed boat with sharp prow and square stern, propelled by oars and sometimes sails, formerly widely used on the upper Great Lakes.